We have always walked past this coffee shop with an interesting name and we finally dropped by on our last day in London. It’s name, it was called Fuckoffee. I mean who wouldn’t turn their head when they see that name. It certainly piqued my interest and off I went.
UK: Tanner and Co, London
It was our last breakfast in London and Mr D knew the drill, we only eat whatever food is known in the country which we’re in. So off we go on our last breakfast adventure and we stopped at Tanner and Co. Since it was only 8AM it wasn’t super busy and we got a table straight away.
UK: Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., London
As we were wondering around Chinatown we bumped into Bubba Gump Shrimp and Mr D was ecstatic and of course we had to go in.
UK: Shake Shack, London (Covent Garden)
Mr D made me walk a gazillion miles to get to Shake Shack since he wasn’t into food, it was very rare for him to want to go somewhere so I sucked it up and trudged behind him. Shake Shack is an American Burger joint and has opened their wings internationally and is located in The Piazza at Covent Garden.
UK: Five Guys, London (Covent Garden)
Whilst shopping around Covent Garden we were getting quite peckish (almost dinner time!) and Mr D spotted Five Guys and rushed in. It was super packed and we stood at the back seeing how it all works and having free peanuts (freebies!! I like!!).
UK: The Garrison Public House, London
Before our big Harry Potter Studio adventure, we needed a big breakfast to start the day. We decided to walk from our hotel to the train station and see what there was on offer and we walked straight into The Garrison.
UK: The Hummingbird Bakery, Soho (London)
Whilst doing some shopping in Soho, we walked past this cute little bakery called The Hummingbird and of course I made Mr D go in and get me a cupcake!
UK: Promenade at The Dorchester, Mayfair (London)
Seeing as we were in London, I made reservations at The Dorchester for Afternoon tea since I couldn’t be in the UK and NOT have high tea (how crazy!). We got there a tad early (15 minutes isn’t THAT early…) and waited for our table to be ready.
UK: Wheatsheaf, Borough Market (London)
Mr D and I needed breakfast before we headed around London to do touristy stuff (I LOVES THEM TOURISTY THINGS!!) and walked into Wheatsheaf at the Borough’s Market. As we were in London, I’d only let Mr D have pub food so this ticked the box. It was really casual with awesome decor and I was super excited.
UK: Laduree, Knightsbridge, London (Harrods)
Mr D and I stopped by Harrods to check it out and stumbled across Laduree on the ground floor. Being the sweet tooth that I am, I was in heaven and everything looked magical.